FurnaceSpection

Infrared Camera System for Continuous Temperature Measurement Inside Furnaces

FurnaceSpection™ is a radiometrically calibrated thermal imaging system that provides real-time continuous temperature measurement inside high-temperature furnaces in refining, metals, and glass production processes. It measures the temperature of product, refractory, and heat transfer surfaces inside natural gas-fired furnaces. The powerful software enables process abnormalities to be quickly identified before they develop into problems, with streaming images, historical trending, digital and analogue outputs. The system can be configured for use with either single or multiple camera configurations.

Key features

  • Accurate 640 x 480 focal-plane array thermal imaging camera with a sensitivity of 0.06°C
  • Boroscope optics filtered at 0.85 μm wavelength to view through combustion gas and flames
  • Rugged IP66 air or water-cooled (SD), stainless steel protective enclosure
  • Standard (SD) with auto-retraction and Mobile (MB) versions available
  • Radiometrically calibrated

Typical Applications

Reformer monitoring
Annealing furnaces
Dome and blast furnace
Glass melting furnace

Specification

Temperature Range 600 to 1800°C or 800 to 2200°C with water cooling
Filter 0.85 μm
Image Update Rate 60 Hz
Detector Type 640 x 480 silicon based
Focus Manual
Field of View (FOV) 55° H x 41° V   or   72° H x 54° V
Optical Protection Sapphire window tip with air purge shield
Optic Diameter 42 mm
Interface 1000 Base-T-Ethernet
Number of Cameras Up to 20 with a single controller (at 1 fps)
Operating Temperature Up to 60°C
Camera Weight 10.4 Kg
Housing Stainless Steel, Protection IP66
Electrical Supply 110 to 240 VAC, two 15 Amp Lines to support six cameras
Air supply 15 cfm at 100 psi at the camera
20 cfm at 20 psi for the lens

Download FurnaceSpection Datasheet
Download Application Note: FurnaceSpection for Reformers
Download Application Note: FurnaceSpection for Annealing Furnaces
Download Application Note: FurnaceSpection for Flat Glass Melting Tanks